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Gemini Portraits: a solo #renga

grey white clouds

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gathered clouds

a poem as lovely as

 a summer storm

Why we won’t commune

across our abyss

Across our abyss

why we won’t commune

a summer storm

a poem as lovely as

clouds gathered

 

person stream cliff river

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for dVerse Poets Pub Meeting the Bar — Reverse Poetry (pubtended by Frank Hubeny)

 

a second for Real Toads’ Micro Poetry ~ A Poem Lovely As (imagined by Kerry O’Connor)

 

 

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  1. Why, you old teddy bear, you went back and followed the rules! (which is more than i did.) Good for you.

    I wouldn’t know a renga from a monkey wrench, but this is very soft and pleasing. I like it very much.

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    • Yeah, they made me an offer I couldn’t refuse: 86% dark chocolate washed down with Burgundy! 😆

      Thank you for your kind feedback. Renga began as a poet’s drinking game in ancient Japan. It’s usually practiced with two, but I went solo. 😉

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